UK. Scotland. Highlands. Skye island. Trotternish Peninsula. Quiraing range Wall.
"Better than mountains can only be mountains ...
Better than mountains can only be mountains that you have never been to." #Summer #mountains #Scotland #Skye #island

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  1. vozac100posto
    vozac100posto ·

    Ah, Minolta Dynax5, Fuji Superia and Scotland - perfect blend 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  2. awa-awa
    awa-awa ·

    Dear vozac100posto.
    Thank you for your attention, opinion, assessment and emotions.
    Do not question any of the parameters I mentioned. Both the Minolta Dinax 5 camera and the Fujicolor Superia 100 film are truly one of the best travel kits that helped me take many photo and this photo too. And I am absolutely confident in stating this. I have a friend, a speliologist. He was a big fan of the Canon brand. Including the Canon AF film system. He ded not understand me when I joked about his choice. But that was a long time ago. Once, only once, I gave him a try on the Minolta Dinax 5 to him trip. He no longer takes his wonderful Canon AF of film in his trip. Canon AF - retired. Now we laughing at this together.
    Just don't think that I believe that Minolta Dinax 5 is an infinitely reliable, sturdy, waterproof and non-killing camera. Not at all. On the contrary, it is a very delicate camera. And I had a few killer stories with Minolta Dinax 5. But nevertheless, I was not disappointed in Minolta AF and Minolta Dinax 5 in particular.
    As for Fujicolor Superia 100, this is a really wonderful film that, despite its age, blocks the light range even in the most difficult scenes. This photo, in my opinion, is a good example of this. However, it is very important not only to measure the exposure correctly, but also to scan it correctly. There is such a phrase - you have to trust people. I would say you have to believe in the film. When you scan it, you need to look for details. And in the lights and in the shadows, in the very places where they are usually not, Fujicolor Superia 100 always has at least something everywhere. At this link you can see a scan of this film, which was made in a fashionable darkroom.
    I will not specifically name the country in which this laboratory is located. I am sure it will be unpleasant for all the specialists of this country. Nobody deserves such an experience. So I strongly advise you to be more attentive with the Fujicolor Super 100 film so as not to miss your chance and your pleasures.

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